The Tearaways return to these shores for their fourteenth consecutive British tour. They are modern day troubadours with an authentic musical heritage running richly through their collective veins. “I remember seeing The Tearaways at Shea Stadium …great band” – Tom Hanks
They are Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Drummer, Clem Burke of Blondie playing with singer-songwriters John Finseth, Greg Brallier and David Hekhouse.
This tour will be especially poignant.
Another member, John Ferriter now Rests In Power. An Entertainment Executive, he launched celebrity talent agency The Alternative, after nineteen years in PR and had recently signed TOWIE diva, Gemma Collins to his rosta.
Earlier this year, Gemma continued her rise to fame in Hollywood when she appeared in The Tearaways video for ‘Sweet Sounds Of Summer’
Watch the video for another acclaimed song, ‘Wrecking Crew’, their anthemic tribute to the legendary musicians known as The Wrecking Crew.
It’s taken from the forthcoming album; ‘We Grew Up On AM Radio’. They will be debuting songs from this release live on stage.
Rodney Bingenheimer co wrote ‘The Wrecking Crew’. Part of this story, he is a legend in his own right for helping to raise the profile of so many bands.
Rodney was the first American DJ to play the likes of Blondie, Nirvana, Duran Duran, Hole, Sonic Youth, The Ramones and many more. In 2007, the “famous groupie, now respectable” (Mick Jagger) was honored with a star on Hollywood Boulevard.
In short, The Tearaways are living music legend in action. Prolific in the studio, ‘We Grew Up On AM Radio’ will be the band’s sixth full release in the last five years.
“The Tearaways take you back to when music was to be enjoyed. Driving beat and lyrics you can understand and associate with. All self-written. Great image and great live band.” – Billy Butler BBC Radio Merseyside
Experience the good vibrations that have always grabbed a live crowd. The Tearaways fuse timeless Americana and British Invasion sounds with a showy pop presence. Relevant commentary in their lyrics and a fun, punky attitude join forces for all nations and generations to feel part of this music. There will be TUNES (and much joy, on and off stage) at these dates;
21st Bedford Esquires
22nd Bristol Thunderbolt
23rd Brighton The Prince Albert
24th Liverpool Adelphi Hotel (Crosby Suite)
24th Liverpool The Casbah (inside)
24th Liverpool The Cavern Club (Front Stage)
25th Liverpool Adelphi Hotel (Ballroom)
28th London – The 100 Club
29th Manchester Night and Day
“These boys are no strangers to this industry and it’s apparent in their cultivated sound. Listening to ‘Esquire’ is the kind of experience where you walk away feeling closer to these incredibly talented Musicians. They have exposed their hearts and souls vividly and authentically to their fans, comparable to them inviting you into their homes, having a couple of beers and shooting the breeze.” – Starlight Music Chronicles
The Tearaways have a harmonic, early-Beatlesque song, called “Much Too Old To Feel This Young” which so many people in this world can relate to. Friends, treasure your heritage bands, while you can.
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